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Prague has this legendary reputation that makes it one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. Known by the name of the Golden City, this capital city of Czech Republic has this antiquated sort of charm as it proudly shows the world its gothic styled cathedrals, churches, and of course the illustrious hundred spires.
Prague is, in true meaning of the words, a heaven for the vagabonds. It presents maze of cobbled lanes for people to get lost into, it has concealed courtyards for clandestine meetings and nomadic travellers and countless passages, nooks and alleys that beckons the ardent explorers to walk a little deeper and to explore a bit farther.
In Prague you’ll find chapels from the ancient times, gardens on the most unexpected corners, endearing little cafes with restaurants and bars. Prague is a delightful place to be for the urban adventurers looking for some exceptional vacations.
Prague 6 is very close to the airport and most preferred by the tourists who are only present for a short stay in Prague and want to make a quick getaway whenever is the time to leave. There are many residential facilities available in this area of the city, along with a large number of embassies located as well.
The Old Town:
Being the geographical centre of Prague, The Old Town allows the residents to reach any part of Prague within a time frame of ten minutes. Albeit convenient and sought after, the old town is not like a regular neighbourhood. The streets are narrow, buildings small, and no blocks and markings to guide you. It can a bit confusing but doesn’t change the fact that it enjoys an ideal location and is home to a number of vacation rentals in Prague.
For those who love to have a little privacy to themselves. This neighbourhood is an off-the-beaten-path cadastral district of Prague. This neighbourhood is home to Prague’s second largest park, Prague state opera, Villa Grobe, and many other places.
Prague Castle used to be the home of the Bohemian Kings in past but today it is home to the president of Czech Republic. While the positions and names of the government have changed, the castle still remains a castle just like it was one in the 970 AD.
The Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock:
The old town is a historic part of Prague and home to the famous 15th-century Astronomical Clock. It also has various other attractions including the Old Town Square, Tyn Church and the Clementinum along with various other sights to witness.
Other places to visit in Prague include:
Weather in Prague is the hottest in the month of July and coldest in January. The city experiences cloudy days and endless showers of rain in the month of May.
Prague is one of the most frequented cities by the vacationers from all around the world. Apartments in Prague for rentals don’t stay available for long. Make sure to book one in advance or you can avail the last minute offers at your convenience.